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    kawi 300x top speed over ride module , does it work properly ?

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    I have a 2011 300x , I just ordered the riva module that stops the governer from kicking in

    are they good ?

    does it do what its supposed to do ?

    anyone have problems with them ?

    I didnt even think of asking on here before ordering to see if it was a good product

    thanks in advance


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    It works. I prefer the R&d one as it won't drain your battery. And is much smaller. But the riva one does work.

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    are there big battery issues with the riva ?


    I may still be able to cancel the order , I just called it in earlier today

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    If you ride frequently then no but if your ski sits then yea. The alternative is wire it to the key on circuit so it's only active when the ski is. The R&d is plug and play

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    hmmmm , I hope I didnt make a bad choice with the riva unit , I called r&d to ask about their unit but they are closed today

    I was thinking of canceling the riva unit but im not sure

    grrrrrr


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    U should order the parts through the online store here you'll get a discount to. The riva will be fine many use it. Just be aware of the battery drain if not hooked up to the ignition other then that does the same thing.

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    thanks for all the fast responces fire0021

    is it difficult to hook up to the ignition ?


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    Quote Originally Posted by GDM View Post
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    thanks for all the fast responces fire0021

    is it difficult to hook up to the ignition ?


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    nope I have put pic's up showing the +12 ignition feed wire on the other section

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    warranty

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    LOL , I am super neurotic , I just ordered the r&d module , and I am sending the riva one back , I dont want kawi to be able to weasel out of a warranty claim because of that cut wire


    did I do the the right thing ?


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    You cut nothing on either

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